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pcmagcrankygeeks 052 episode (February 20, 2007)

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This is episode 052 of crankygeeks. Here is the episode page description:

Episode 52:
Viacom, Joost, Pirates, Oscar Torrents, sex addict sues IBM, Mexican drug wars, XM, Sirius, stackable cars and more...

What's new in Episode 52

Today's Guests:
Sebastian Rupley, Crank at Large
Roger Chang, Producer, DL.TV
Sam Whitmore, Editor, Sam Whitmore's Media Survey

The Topics:
Viacom and Joost strike a deal
Software recognizes pirated content
Oscar Torrents
Mexican drug wars on YouTube
XM and Sirius Merge
Sex addict sues IBM
Microsoft's dirty tricks archive vanishes
Nigerian scam backfires (complete with 'Dead Parrot Sketch')
Aussies change their bulbs
Stackable Cars

Topic links:;_ylt=Arl74qBkAo44GyH8kW14KGEjtBAF;_ylt=AiRW7XILEIaVS7H_MniI3jIjtBAF

This movie is part of the collection: CrankyGeeks

Producer: pcmag
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Language: English
Keywords: crankygeeks;; dltv; pcmag; sebastian-rupley; roger-chang; sam-whitmore

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0

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